The Catechism tells us all about the Holy Mass as we read on the Holy Eucharist.
The Bible points to the Sacrament of the Eucharist from the early times of The King
Melchizedec of Salem who offered bread and wine, then we see how the Israelites ate the
Passover meal as a symbol of the Holy Banquet to come and as a condition to be spared from
King David in the Psalms is already referring about the Precious Blood of Jesus,
" I will lift up the cup of salvation and call on the name of the LORD" Ps.
The prophet Daniel refers to the abolition of the Perpetual Sacrifice, and Jesus also
speaks about this as a sign for the last times, the appalling abomination.
( Mt. 24:15 )
The prophet Malachi (Mal 1:11) speaks about the daily sacrifice.
Jesus speaks very clearly about what the Eucharist means, see the Gospel of John .See other Bible references on the
The Holy Mass is the perpetuation of the Sacrifice of Jesus in Calvary, but in an unbloody
The Lord instituted the Sacrament of the Holy Eucharist (Mat 26:26) and at the same time
instituted the Sacrament of Holy Orders (or the Priesthood of the Order of Melchizedec),
at the Last Supper.
The Holy Mass is the unbloody sacrifice which re enacts the Holy Sacrifice of Jesus in
Calvary, by his command. "Do this in memory of me".
Catholics have the greatest treasure available to mortals, the Real Presence of God,
Emmanuel, who is truly with us in this humble Sacrament.
Hebrews 10:28 tells us: Anyone who has violated the law of Moses dies without mercy
"on the testimony of two or three witnesses." 29 How much worse punishment do
you think will be deserved by those who have spurned the Son of God, profaned the blood of
the covenant by which they were sanctified, and outraged the Spirit of grace?
Therefore we are called to believe and to respect the Real Presence of Christ in this
Blessed Sacrament of our Salvation.
Protestantism has abolished this Sacrament, therefore we can see how our times are really
serious, we are running out of good priests and many Catholics no longer believe or
understand the reality of the Presence of Christ in the Eucharist.
The Precious Blood of Jesus purifies our souls for everlasting life.
There is no other way of obtaining this Precious Blood except by receiving Him in the
Sacrament of the Eucharist which is available in the Catholic or Orthodox Church. We must
come to receive Holy Communion in a state of Grace, otherwise we are trampling upon the
Precious Blood of Jesus.
Daily communion is the ideal devotion to the Precious Blood of Jesus.
Holy Mass, Holy Eucharist - Real Presence